Qello Announces The Doors Digital Festival

by Guitar World Staff
Posted Mar 12, 2015 at 2:56pm

On February 20, Qello Concerts launched The Doors Digital Festival, an eight-week program during which Qello Concerts will unlock one classic Doors concert film for free every week.

The current film, as of Friday, March 16, is No One Here Gets Out Alive: A Tribute to Jim Morrison. A new film will be released every Friday during the festival, which runs through April 17.

The films will be unlocked for 48 hours, after which they will be available only to Qello Concerts subscribers.

The Doors Digital Festival can be streamed via the Qello Concerts app on all digital devices where Qello Concerts is available, including Apple TV, Roku, PlayStation, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Chromecast, Sony and Samsung Smart TVs, Amazon Kindle Fire and Windows Mobile and via the Qello website.

This "digital festival" is also the first-ever QelloCast powered program. QelloCast is the immersive white label solution for artists, brands and all content holders to stream and distribute premium video content to music fans worldwide. With QelloCast, fans of the Doors will get access to a comprehensive the Doors curated experience that will include full-length concerts, documentaries, rare interviews, the Doors' themed collections and more.

For more information, visit qello.com.


Add a Comment
0 Comments

Similar Guitar News

Readers' Poll: The Best American Rock Band Ever — Aerosmith Vs. The Doors (9/10/2015)
When Labor Day came and went earlier this month, it reminded us of the American labor movement and the contributions American workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of the good ol' U.S. of A. However, since we're Guitar Wor...
The Doors' Robby Krieger Discusses Bob Dylan's 'Bringing It All Back Home' — The Record That Changed My Life (8/1/2014)
Robby Krieger of the Doors chooses and discusses the record that changed his life. Bob DylanBringing It All Back Home (1965) “This guy from Marblehead, Massachusetts, who I knew in school named Bill Phinity turned me onto Bob Dylan. "We had a j...
Greatest Rock Singers of All Time Readers Poll, Round 1: Ronnie James Dio (Dio, Rainbow, Black Sabbath) Vs. Jim Morrison (The Doors) (10/1/2013)
Why should guitarists have all the fun? GuitarWorld.com recently launched a new readers poll in partnership with Samson: the Greatest Rock Singers of All Time Readers Poll. We're certain that, even though our core readership is mainly made up of...
Interview: Guitarist Robby Krieger Discusses The Doors' Albums and Working with Jim Morrison (5/20/2013)
The Doors’ Jim Morrison lit the world on fire, but it was guitarist Robby Krieger who supplied the matches. In 2008, the legendary axman shed light on one of rock’s most mysterious bands for Guitar World. The Doors’ Jim Morrison lit the world on...
Ray Manzarek, Keyboardist for The Doors, Dead at 74 (5/20/2013)
Keyboardist Ray Manzarek, a founding member of the Doors, died today (May 20) in Rosenheim, Germany, where he was being treated for bile duct cancer. He was 74. Manzarek is best known for his work with the Doors, who formed in 1965 when Manzar...
Video and Photo Gallery: The Doors Launch Interactive iPad App (5/16/2013)
The Doors are once again poised to break on through with a first-of-its-kind iPad app, The Doors, available exclusively on the App Store. Released by Warner Music Group’s Rhino Entertainment, the app brings the band’s story to life with an unpr...
Remastered 'The Doors Live At The Bowl ’68' Coming to DVD/CD October 23 (8/15/2012)
On October 23, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release a remastered version of The Doors' July 5, 1968, performance at the Hollywood Bowl. The Doors Live At The Bowl '68 will be released as a Blu-Ray ($19.98), DVD ($14.98), digital video ($12.99),...
Interview: The Doors' Robby Krieger Discusses Some of the Best Tracks on Reissued 'L.A. Woman' Album (5/7/2012)
The Doors were at a low point in December 1970, when they gathered to begin recording their sixth studio album. They had been banned from performing after singer Jim Morrison’s prosecution for exposing himself at a Miami concert on March 1, 196...